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How can I help?

WAYS TO HELP

 

Twin Meadows Animal Rescue Society (TMAR) is a non-profit organization.  We rely on the passion of our volunteers and the generosity of our community to keep our society running.  We accept monetary donation and non-monetary donations. 

If you would like to assist with supplies, we accept:

  • Canned or dried food for dogs & cats

  • Kitten & puppy milk replacement formula 

  • Nursing bottles

  • Easy Walk Harnesses, Dog leashes and collars

  • 3ft or taller X-Pens/Puppy Pens and crates of all sizes

  • Scratching posts & pads

  • Cat toys and dog toys

  • Litter boxes & scoops 

  • Towels & Blankets

  • First Aid Supplies

  • Stainless steel dishes 

  • Nail scissors (especially cat ones)

Please consider visiting our Amazon Wishlist if you would like to contribute much-needed items for TMAR.

E-transfers can also be sent to: twinmeadowsanimalrescue@gmail.com

Volunteer Today

TMAR needs volunteers. Volunteers are called upon to rescue animals in crisis.  Volunteers help with everything from cage cleaning to administrative duties.  If you love animals, you might love being a volunteer with TMAR. Helping an animal in need is a very rewarding experience and there are many different ways to help. If you are able to help please contact us.

Veterinarian Care

Vet care is the most expensive part of an animal rescue organization.  We need monetary donations from friends, businesses, grants, and community sponsors to offset these costs. At TMAR we vet every animal that comes into our care as we feel there is a responsibility to make sure our animals available for adoption are in good health and taken care of.

Adopting & Fostering​

We are always looking for pet lovers to come provide forever homes to the animals that come into our care. We totally understand that adopting is a huge decision, so please let us know if you have any questions. You can see all currently available animals on our adoption page.

An alternative to adoption is fostering. This temporary arrangement seeks to place animals in a loving home until a more permanent home can be found for them.

Consider transporting an animal in need

Transportation is another integral part of rescues. Without volunteers who are able to transport animals in need, we could not rescue them. If you're travelling and would like the company of an animal in need please consider transporting an animal in need they are great listeners and are grateful to have your help. If you are able to help transport an animal in need please contact us.